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Solar Power Could Boom in 2022, Depending on Supply Chains

Solar Power Could Boom in 2022, Depending on Supply Chains

Solar Power Could Boom in 2022, Depending on Supply Chains Benjamin Storrow, E&E News 2022 is shaping up to be a solar boom. That is, if supply chain constraints don’t undercut the industry. The U.S. Energy Information Administration projects U.S. solar companies will install 21.5 gigawatts of utility-scale capacity this year, shattering the annual record…

What’s Holding Up New Omicron Vaccines?

What’s Holding Up New Omicron Vaccines?

What’s Holding Up New Omicron Vaccines? Charles Schmidt All the vaccines we use to ward off SARS-CoV-2, the virus that causes COVID, share one crucial feature: they were designed to protect against its ancestral form, which surfaced in Wuhan, China, more than two years ago. Today’s virus, however, is not the same as it once…

Plants are Stuck as Seed-Eating Animals Decline

Plants are Stuck as Seed-Eating Animals Decline

Plants are Stuck as Seed-Eating Animals Decline Andrea Thompson As Earth heats up from the burning of fossil fuels, the climate conditions that species have adapted to are increasingly shifting away from their historical ranges. But while birds and other animals can often fly, walk or swim to follow their preferred environment, plants are quite…